Coronation Events in North Kesteven

As excitement builds for this historic occasion, we are thrilled to provide a comprehensive guide to all the festivities happening in the area.

This May marks the momentous occasion of the coronation of the new monarch, and North Kesteven is gearing up to celebrate in style. With a plethora of events and activities happening throughout the month, there is something for everyone to enjoy, whether you’re a local resident or a visitor from further afield.

Our website is your go-to resource for all the latest news, updates, and information about the coronation events happening in North Kesteven. From parades and concerts to fireworks displays and exhibitions, we’ve got everything you need to know to plan your perfect day out.

So whether you’re a die-hard royalist, a history buff, or simply looking for a fun and memorable day out, we invite you to explore our website and discover all that North Kesteven has to offer during this once-in-a-lifetime event. Let’s make this coronation a celebration to remember!

Saturday 06 May

Sleaford Coronation Celebration Event

If you’re looking for an exciting destination to celebrate the Coronation of 2023, Sleaford is the perfect place to be.

With its rich history and culture, it’s the ideal location to experience the festivities surrounding this historic event.

You’ll find something for everyone to enjoy throughout the town, with the main activities and events taking place at Boston Road Recreation Ground, Sleaford Town Hall, the Market Place and Eastgate Green.

As well as a large screen showing the Coronation, you’ll be able to enjoy live entertainment and performances, bouncy castles and inflatables, face painting, stalls, food & drink, Charity Fancy Dress Fun Run and Duck Race and so much more!

The event will be from 9am-7:30pm. Follow the Sleaford Town Council Facebook page for up-to-date information.

Sunday 07 May


Monday 08 May


Cogglesford Mill - inside
Cogglesford Watermill

The Big Help Out at Cogglesford Watermill

Community volunteering is an important part of the UK’s story, from Air Raid Wardens during the Second World War to over 12 million of us who stepped forward during the pandemic.

Join Cogglesford Watermill as the gather to mark the King’s Coronation by giving everybody the chance to try volunteering for themselves and make a difference in their community.

Visit between 12-4pm to meet some of the volunteering team and see how you could help in the future.

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